The National TVET Strategy dates from 2008, and at the time reflected an important paradigm shift placing quality
and relevance of TVET as its priority.
Global experience has shown that the mere expansion of TVET does not solve the problems of unemployment and low productivity
of the economy.
TVET has to respond to the competence needs of the labour market and create a competent, motivated and adaptable workforce capable of
driving economic growth and development.
The strategy was developed with the involvement of a broad range of stakeholders from the private and public sectors.
The main thrust of the strategy is that TVET development relies on an outcome-based system and dedicated and trusting cooperation
In the menu on the right you can access both the English version and the Amharic version of the TVET Strategy.
Also, there is a condensed Amharic version of the Strategy available.